Oru Naal Koothu Music ReviewPublished: October 21, 2015
Following Pannaiyarum Padminiyum and Orange Mittai, Justin Prabhakaran has composed music for Oru Naal Koothu, which is directed by debutant Nelson Venkatesan and produced by J Selvakumar of Kenanya Films.
Vocals: Richard, Dr. Narayanan, Sharmila, Priya Prakash, Gnana Anthony Daasan and M.C. Vickey
Lyrics: Madan Karky
It’s a marriage song and who doesn’t love it. Over the years, in spite of who the composer is or what the film is, the songs have been a heart and soul for many listeners. Justin Prabhakaran likely joins the league of offering something more blissful in this genre. There are lots of singers and you must listen to this song for great moments.
Vocals: Sean Roldan and Padmalatha
Sean Roldan of Vaayai Moodi Pesavum and Mundasupatti had rendered voice for ‘Aagayam’ from Madras that earned him decorous reception. He has now crooned this number with brilliance and perfect rendition. Padmalatha gives the best energy into the track and instrumentals during interludes are awe-inspiring.
Patta Padunga Ji
Vocals: Karthick, Padmalatha, Nelson Venkatesan and Veera
Nelson Venkatesan, director of this film has a good track journey in the world of Radio and this film is based on such theme at Radio Station. The song is about fun-filled composing based on the work life at Radio Station and maybe, the visuals would make this song complete.
Singers: Sathya Prakash and Shwetha Mohan
Sathya Prakash just leaves us so much spellbound over his inspiringly convincing voice. The composing is so melodious done with mind instrumentals and Shwetha Mohan causes the best and beauteous moments with her rendition. It’s a classic love song that has to be promoted to a greater magnitude, which will indeed help for the film’s additional attraction.
The song holds dual significance. One that symbolizes a devotee’s for deity of Krishna and then it brings forth an emotional call of a woman waiting for her beloved. What we love about this song is Justin Prabhakaran reduces the instrumentals to best mildness and gives more clarity to Haricharan who could easily intonate any devotional song with best emotional feeling.
On the whole, Oru Naal Koothu brings some best tracks for the music lovers and there are different genres of music, which make it more pleasant. Justin Prabhakaran is definitely a musi director to watch out for.
Verdict: Pleasingly dulcet and more melodious.